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in lower manhattan has been slow. but, leasing activity is picking up in the area, and the district has recovered fairly quickly. suzanne pratt takes a look at where things stand today. >> reporter: a quick look at the area surrounding the world trade center site tells a lot about what's been happening in lower manhattan. sure, the big news is that one world trade-- also known as the freedom tower-- is finally under construction. but, from whole foods to bed bath and beyond, new york's famed financial district has gone residential. it now ranks as one of the fastest growing neighborhoods in the city. before the tragic events of 9- 11, 24,000 people lived in lower manhattan. today, that number has more than doubled. downtown alliance president and longtime area resident elizabeth berger says it's simply a great place to live. >> i think people like the architecture, they like the views. this is one of the few places in new york where you know that manhattan is an island, and where you see what new york used to look like. >> reporter: additionally, many big businesses have opted to stay i
manhattan, nearly nine years after our lives changed forever. what is the biggest threat now? the answer in a brand new report. plus, looking for clues in the rubble in northern california. after a massive blast engulfs a neighborhood in flames. tonight, some spots still too hot to search. i'm shepard smith. this is a special edition of "the fox report" live from downtown new york city. the news starts now. >> the fire has burned 15 acres in the city of san bruno. >> dozens of homes are destroyed. >> all the firefighters right away, i knew it was a major, major thing. >> this is [inaudible] >> apocalypse right here. >> shepard: tonight, inside the deadly california inferno. [sirens] >> shepard: nearly nine years after the attacks of 9/11, fresh questions about our vulnerability. >> we almost certainly had successful terror attacks on u.s. soil and we need to come to grips with that. >> shepard: tonight, a blunt new look at our national security. plus -- >> somebody said an ied off on me. >> shepard: the bomb took her leg but not her will to fight. >> i wasn't supposed to leave like that.
is to the manhattan area. it is the 138th street bridge, underneath it is on fire. this affects four metro north tracks along the train line, it affects a whole lot of people here, and we are hours away from rush hour, and it's already a nightmare, jon, as you put it. here's part of the problem. just about all traffic coming out of the north from manhattan has to go across this bridge at some point or intersect with many of its intersections. and you can see in full flame at the bottom. we're trying to learn what has caused this. this is a wooden train trestle underneath the metro north tracks over the harlem river affecting a lot of people right now. as we find out more about what caused this and if anybody's been hurt in all this, but it's just burning out of control on top of the harlem river right now underneath the 13 lth strait -- 138th street bridge where a whole lot of roads meet in northern manhattan/east harlem. right now these live pictures coming to you from just north, the northern end of manhattan. as we learn more, we'll bring you more information. hopefully nobody hurt in all of
the number of financial firms tha have left lower manhattan, i'm standing not too far from one of goldman sachs' offices here in jersey ty, now saying, you know, safety concerns warrant us to sort of spreading out. >> well, we have put inow place in lower manhattan security initiative and wre strengthening that program. we have 3000 cameras inower manhattan, this int the public-prive sector cameras and radiation detectors, i think in lower manhattan 1.7 square mile to canal street will be the safest business district anywhere. as you said, goldman sachs is just, well, they just built a tremendous edifice, a great complex across from thent world trade center. so, i think, you know, if they've left for'm safety concerns, i not certain where they're going, because this area in lower manhxtattan, it's extremely safe and will be the safest business district anywhere. >> you know, still don't know how they're goingo swing that with this memorial. and people getting in and out of it with the freedom tower going up. i mean, that's the construction site. but you know, they've worked out bigger det
@msnbc.com. >>> breaking news right now coming to us in manhattan, new york. you're seeing now the black smoke that is reported from a wooden trestle under the metro north tracks over harlem river. this would be the train tracks that take trains, the metro north trains coming in from the noerp pa northern part of new york and even new jersey, brings them right into grand central station. apparently there is a fire right now, and we're seeing some of that black smoke. apparently it has somewhat disrupted the traffic in and out of grand central. so looking for more information on this story. when i get it, i'll pass it along. >>> he's getting almost as much security as president obama. iran's ahmadinejad is giving a speech at the united nations this week and he reportedly is getting bullet-proof windows in his motel, metal windows for the other guests and authorities on stand-by in case they have to rescue ahmadinejad. sarah shourd is using ahmadinejad's visit as a platform to press him to release her fiance and her friend still in iranian custody for trespassing in that territory. >> i stand be
of manhattan would be very much near the flight, the landing pattern for jfk airport. it could have been easy for a hijacker to pretend that he was taking that plane to jfk and veer off at the last minute. >> i heard one eyewitness say that over washington square, which in the lower reaches of manhattan, you s a plane go over it about 1,000 feet. apparently the american airlines flight and then do what he described as a sharp right turn right toward the world trade center. he then lost sight of it. >> and one eyewitness in this a.p. report says he was getting off a path train to the world trade center and saw bodies falling out of the building. as he approached it. police told him to get out of the building immediately. he ran outside and watched people jump out of the first building. and then thereas a second explosion. >> this footage we're seeing right now shows that the damag is so severe. i mean, we had seen what seemed to be two fairly self-contained impact craters before. and now it appears something much more dramatic has happened to at least one of those towers. >> these pictures ar
the world trade center. >> you are looking at lower manhattan on a drray of tragedy and terror in the united states. you're looking at what remains of the world trade center in lower manhattan. earlier just before and after 9:00, two planes and individual attacks struck each tower of the world trade center. causing gaping holes in both towers. you're looking at a tape after the first impact. and there is the second impact of a large jet flown, we now believe, deliberately into the second tower. it was a short time after that that the towers collapsed. and then there was an attack in washington, d.c. we now have reports of a plane meashed into the pentagon. we have no reports of confirmed injuries or death opinion however, it's clear officials all across the country saying this is a deliberate terrorist attack on the united states, as tom has put it so far this morning, this is a declaration of war by terrorists ens s agae united states. >> before we talk about terrorism, another large plane crashed as well just north of somerset county airport 80 mile southeast of pittsburgh, pennsylvania.
lower manhattan. across the hudson river in new york city. new york harbor as i call it. maybe new jersey calls it new jersey harbor. everybody take a chill pill here, okay? one of the things we notice in lower manhattan they want to rebuild around lower manhattan. but it's a construction site. there should be a museum and then the freedom tower going up and series of buildings that the freedom tower itself will be 1776 feet high. it will be just as high as the south tower of the world trade center. it will be the tallest building in the united states. the fifth tallest building in the wod. a lot of other places have caught up and beaten us there, t of the matter with the antenna and everything else, we would now have the new skyscraper in lower manhattan. that will be some years off. to the woman play -- to the man that will play a key part in all of that, john janalieber, world trade center properties. john, why so long? i appreciate your efforts, you're working hard to me it happen. but if i thought covering this horrific event n iine years ago i'd still look at a pit a decade
. this is special edition of the fox report. live across the hudson river from downtown manhattan where we mark nine years since the attacks of 9/11 had. ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> we mark these moments with tears, with flowers andith rened promises toemember those tha never came home. >> thomas anderson hodge. >> scott lorriston. >> and my father, there is never a day that goes by that we don't miss you and love you. [ "taps" playing ] >> again a funeral note for the thousands we lost on this da [ siren ] >> there it goes. there it goes. i think you need to put it down now. >> shep: no words describe what is going on out there. >> shep: today in new york, in pennsylvania, in washington, the pain still lingers o n every face and the loss is still overwhelming,, but nine years later we are moving forward. because nine years later men who once dug through the rubble are helping to rebuild. >> i wouldn't want to be on any other job. >> shep: the moment of the attack and the healing of a nation. >> good evening from liberty state park in jersey city, new jersey across from lower manhattan for this special edition
manhattan, 9/11 families gather at zuccotti park, adjacent toground zero. throughout the morning, as has become tradition, victims of moments l be read and of silence will be marked when each plane hit and each tower fell. at the pentagon, president obama delivers remarks and participates in a wreath-laying ceremony at the memorial site. and in shanksville, pennsylvania, where united flight 93 crashed, first lady michelle obama, along with former first lady, laura bush, attend a ceremony to honor the passengers who foughback. meanwhile, plans to rebuild at ground zero are moving forward. the centerpiece, one world trade center, is expected to be completed by 2013. but with each construction step forward,here remains a connection to the past. steel beams pulled from the ground zero rubble were permanently installed this week at the entrance of the national september 11th memorial and museum, slated to be finished in 2012. >> it is going to be a memorial that we will all be proud of and a memorial that will inspire people around the world. >> reporter: and always remind them never to forge
community center near ground zero in lower manhattan in new york, well, that part of this is being denied tonight. we'll sort this all out. we have it covered beginning in florida where the announcement was made this afternoon. we want to begin with nbc's kerry sanders, who's been covering this story in gainesville, florida. kerry, what can you tell us? >> reporter: well, good evening, brian. yes, nbc news has confirmed that secretary of defense robert gates late this afternoon phoned pastor jones. then a short time later, pastor jones came out here with all the world's eyes looking at this field in rural florida. they heard the pastor announce that he no longer plans to build a bonfire with more than 200 korans. pastor terry jones says he no longer plans to burn the koran. >> we have been in very much thought and prayer over this whole period. a lot of times we were asked what would it take to call this thing off. we have thought it over many times. >> reporter: the pastor now says burning the koran was directly linked to plans to build an islamic cultural center and mosque in lower manh
. ♪ > thatanmation shows what it will eventually look like in downtown manhattan where the world trade center once stood. this is a live shot. >> that is the view from library state park across the hudson river looking at manhattan. that is the taller building on the screen. that's where it will stand 1776 feet some day. >> welco to the special coverage for september 11th, nine years later. ceremonies in ground zero are due to get underway in two hours from now and peter joins us. >>reporter: nine years ago today, the air just outside of the window, rebuilt world tre center on the 10th floor yas filled with dust and ndsirens. today clear air and music will greet the friend exercise family members of those killed where the attacks too place. there will be bag pipe drums and trumpets playing taps serving as back depround . 212 people working on the memorial will read the names of those killed here. there will be remarks made by mayor michael bloomburg . vice-president joe biden and america's mayor rudy guiliani. the ceremony will be broken up by four moments of silence. two marking the time the plan
. lower manhattan not only the financial capital of the world, but as i said ihe outset grown to include much of the new jersey metropolis around it and of course where i speak from right now and that is in jersey city in new york harbor and the bustling city next to me that now has so many of the premier brokerage giants that were battered then and then coming back here now and as i said then, they're kind of hedging their bets by establishing very large offices and the tallest new jersey skyscraper, the goldman sachs building in new york city and former goveor george pataki joining me, a very packed schedule because of everything going on here. good to have you. >> thank you, neil, good morning. >> you know, governor, as we take a look at this jersey city and what'sappening here in large part because of events nine years ago, where you stand now, there are many vewh say that everyone in the financialon community at the time and beyond got a little anxious about being in lower manhattan, about maybe being in manhattan period, some o hedged their bets and others moved out. entirely. do
over the community center in lower manhattan has grown into a larg larger controversy between my be loved religion and my beloved country. i regret that some have misunderstood our intentions i am deeply distressed. despite the disappointments. this is much i'm greatful for. to you are president, mr. president, i thank you for your support, for speaking out forcefully and repeatedly on behalf of religious tolerance and values that make our country great. i am greatful for making peace a priority in your first term. for those who voice opinions. i am greatful. you affirm my belief in the decency of the american people. i realize among the critics are some who have lost loved ones. with great resolve to fight agains the radical philosophies that have been used to fight geps these acts. my goal here is two fold. first, to reach out to my brothers and sisters of different faiths to sxhan and share my love of my religion and second to reach out to my muslim brothers and sisters around the world to explain my love of america. allow me to begin by telling you my story. i came america by
for the organizers. >> still to come, why has an infestation of bedbugs cause mayhem in manhattan? could belgium ceased to exist as a country? some of them have been asking that after inconclusive elections last june and they have been without a government for over 100 days. there are politicians who think it might be better to split belgium into two. >> the schools are open but belgium has been without a government for 100 days. the main political parties are split between the flemish speaking majority in the french speaking minority. the status of brussels in the flemish speaking part of the country is a point of contention. at some point they will have to make a deal, but it is likely to take some time yet. >> i am optimistic, that is immoral to the in belgium. >> politicians continue to argue that there is a caretaker administration in place in it seems to be to reach a good job. >> on the administrative level there are still caretaker's that have been there for a last few years. they have strong negotiating knowledge. the risk will be bigger during the presidency. there will be a change of
a tribal council. i went to manhattan in the fall of 2005 and the big boss of the whole group, nancy shepherd and carlin coburn in publicity. we met in a little room and i stated my case and they said, this is your first book so you need to listen to a few things here. first of all only 12 percent of nonfiction books make a profit and 2/3 are pre chosen by the publisher. we'd like to put our marketing arm behind us but your having to fight tear riz m to this. since i grew up in africa and worked pakistan for many years you never settle a deal without driving a hard bargain so i said if the hard cover doesn't do well, i'd like the subtitle changed later on for the paper back. julia and our other board relently pounded away month after month. i was in pakistan of december of 2006 and there was a new editor on the book and they said they decided to change the title to one man's mission to promote peace. the hard cover didn't do that well. sold 20,000 copies. while the paper back came out on january 30th of this year and since out it's been on the new york times best seller selling ove
americans. the fox report's chief correspondent jonathan hunt is with me overlooking lower manhattan. a disturbing report on many different levels. >> it is because it paints a picture of a rising tide of domestic radicals in the united states. it says we should expect suicide attacks on american soil. it points out that the shooter in the fort hood massacre probably expected to die himself during that attack and it says incidents like the fort hood shootings and the attempted bombing in times square here in new york earlier this year should not be seen as random events but as part of a coordinated pattern drawn up by our terrorist enemies. listen now to one of the authors of that report. >> attacks and plots of the past year or so are not and should not we regarded as one offs as we are often told. rather, we see them as part of a broader strategy embraced by our adversaries by al-qaeda and its affiliates and associates to flood us in essence with multiple threats from a diverse array of adversaries. >> bottom line, shep, it is a growing threat and one we need to act to deal with qu
who looths their lives in the attacks were read aloud at today's service in lower manhattan. >> my brother fdny battalion chief joseph palmer, we will never forget your bravery and ousacrifice. we love you and miss you always. >> nbc's michelle franzen is live at ground zero in new york. michelle, with a good afternoon to you, it is an extremely emotional day for so many people. i'd love to hear more about that ceremony at ground zero. >> reporter: it is. certainly we've watched throughout the years, alex, as family members and first responders, survivors, have come to this place, ground zero, to pay their respects, to remember exactly what happened during that time and also to honor the lives that were lost during that time and the emotions are still very raw and the p ain very evident even nine years later. >> my father, firefighter robera james crawford, safety battalion one,e miss y. we love you. and life has not been the same. >> missed dearly every day by your son, your wife, your mother, your brothers, your sisters, everybody. we miss you dearly. >> my son, my hero in heaven
're looking at the world trade center in lower manhattan where just a few minutes ago we're told that a plane, some reports are that it was a small commuter plane, crashed into the upper floors of one of the twin towers. you can see fire and flames or smoke billowing from that tower. there is a gaping hole on the north side of the 'sbuilding. that's the side you're seeing to the left-hand side of your screen right now. and other damage to the west side of that building, which is to the right side of your screen. this, of course, happened just before the morning commute, before people were heading into their offices and while i'm sure some people were already at work, immediately there's speculation or cause for concern. this is the world trade center that was the center of a terrorist bombing some years o. ago. so the questions have to be asked was this purely an accident or could this have been an intentional act. either way, extensive damage has been done to this building. >> it also looks like there is smoke coming out of the east side of the building on that shot we saw. looks like white
in lower manhattan and the people opposing it. we'll talk to him. >>> and a view of the deadly gasline explosion in northern california. literally has it happens. these images we got today are just stunning. the question, could the utility company have prevented it? we'll find out. this site has a should i try priceline instead? >> no it's a sale. nothing beats a sale! wrong move! you. you can save up to half off that sale when you name your own price on priceline. but this one's a deal...trust me. it's only pretending to be a deal. here, bid $79. got it. wow! you win this time good twin! there's no disguising the real deal. >>> well, americans vote again tomorrow in the final primaries going into november. on the ballot a new york congressman in deep ethical trouble. also, one of the most popular figures in delaware politics trailing sarah palin. john king is in d.c. with a preview of the top three things to watch out for tomorrow. john, what are they? >> anderson, let's start with the two republican senate primaries that both national parties here in washington with watching closely
and mosque in lower manhattan and a florida's pastor threat to burn a holy koran. an exclusive interview with former mayor of new york city and 2008 presidential candidate, rudy giuliani. finally, our political roundtable weighs in on the legacy of the 9/11 attacks, religious tensions in america and the economy, plus, the outlook for the midterm race. withs the bestselling author of "no god but god: the origins, evolution and the future of islam," reza aslan. former white house press secretary to president clinton, dee dee myers, republican strategist mike murphy and ron brownstein of "the national journal." >>> good morning. after a weekend of start and stop announcement, news from iran this morning that jailed american sarah shourd will be released on $500,000 bail along with the two fraen-ds friends, shane bauer and josh fattal. she's been accused of spying and detained in an iran prison last summer. joining me from des moines, p iowa, the president's top political adviser, david axelrod. welcome back to "meet the press," mr. axle rod. >> thanks, david. good to be here. >> what about
in manhattan would be a monument to religious liberty that we treasure in the country, to the plush pluralism that we have. far from being a detriment, i think it would be a monument to the goodness of america in part to counter the notion abroad we are all like reverend jones. 99.99% of the american people think he's crazy, and we need to get that message out. what better way to do it than to embrace the mosque in lower manhattan. >> how do we deal with people of faith and people not of faith in this country? it seems to me there's two or three reactions, reverend stone. if you have a deep faith in your christianity, you may elevate yourself that, so confident in your faith and the righteousness of your beliefs you can account for other people having if not e true faith, a faith. and you respect a faith. you don't say it's the right one. but you say that person is being led in that direction by some conscientious decision or upbringing and i'll respect it even though i don't have faith inhat faith. no, if you give any kind of countenance to other religions, you're denying your own. how do yo
this morning. in lower manhattan with a moment of silence. 8:46 a.m. that's the time t the first plane hit the first tow they' -- tower that tuesday morning. >> at this time, please join us and allmo new yorkers in a moment of silence. [ moment of silence ] [ bells toll ] [ silence ] >>> lorraine g. bay. [ bells toll ]>> todd m. beamer. ] [ bells toll ] >>> it is always the faces somehow that are the most telling of the images and the emotions we see on this day. we'll be sharing a lot of what we have seen already as we move throughout the afternoon here. first stop today is ground zero in lower manhattan. that is where eric shawn is positioned today. and a eric,ood afternoon to you. >> good afternoon, bill, martha. it haseen a day of tears and tributes here at ground zero. intensely personal, emotional day. as the family members of those who perished nine years ago this morning, gathered once again in honor and remembrance and there were those four poignant moments of silence. [ bells toll ] >> those moments of silence mark the times the two planes hit both tower and the glming buildings
actually severe% thunderstorms will blow through manhattan in the next 45 minutes and aa hour behiid that there is a littll brrak in the precipitation but we still have anothhr ssowers and a little further norrh and upstate new ork but looks like there will eesome heavy rain up there that they have to deal with before the gamm starts behind that i think things start to quiet down. most part looks like tonight we see temperatures right around 66 degrees and lacks like we see western wind at 10 to 15. closer look at the rest of the week foreeass coming up in a little bit. >> all right ttanks so much. he imam 2 block from ground zero with mounting chris sichl. he says e's a veey proud american and muslim and despite the deep divide he believes mosque near the site of the twin towees onceestood >> this center will be a place for all faith to come ogether as stake hold innermutual respect. the it will bring honor to the city of new york to ameriian muslims across the country and to americans all over the world. >>reporter: a university poll shows voters overwhelminnly believe the
won 32nd streets carries all four tracks in and out of manhattan. this has halted service out of grand central station. a lot of delays because of that. >>> meanwhile, coming uup, police and businesses are trying to, with the plan after a rash of robberies. society onlyke an socie consider that to be beautiful. >> the daughter of powerful couple, we have for interview coming up. >>> and the official start of autumn. it l hi! welcome to progressive.com. come on in, and i'll give you a free quote. quote and compare in about 8 minutes. now, that's progressive. call or click today. >>> more on the breaking news in new york city. this is a live image from east harlem, where a big fire is burning on a bridge. the metro north train in new york city is what it carries. the fire has closed grand central station. >>> if rs are on a shooting range is sending thousands of people running from their houses in utah. if the flames and burned hundreds of acres in 24 hours and destroyed two houses. more than a dozen people evacuated. drybrush caught fire during the national guard training on sunday. the
hotel in manhattan. those were happy times and years later became a happy tomic with me, convinced early on that my father inhabited a magic world. a few years ago, while listening to a recording of cuban blues by chico, i remembered in new york in those stories of the 40's that chico and my father met at club cuba in manhattan and again in havana in the mid-50's. the sessions of chico's house in our neighborhood became so famous that even my father, not particularly fond of cuban jazz, couldn't resist dropping in once in a while at the much-talked about terrace. i listened to the rumba of chico's suite, then i would imagine chico back in new york doing arrangements for count bassie and ringo starr and i see myself turning into a big fan during my teenage years in havana. so that gives you a little idea about all these connections. i was born in havana in the mid-50's and my memory have many sounds. my history of my family has given me a variety of experiences and languages. my memory is like an orgy of music. i learned at an early age to get up on my feet and dance. looking at a photogr
center in lower manhattan spoke out today. other voices were heard, as well, in the ongoing debate over islam in america. jim axelrod has more. >> reporter: one day after the protests at the proposed colombiaic culture center near ground zero, it was much quieter, in part due to police barricades that now cordon off the block. the man in the middle of the controversy was speaking about it. >> i'm man of peace dedicated to peace. >> reporter: in an interview with abc news, the imam said a decision on changing the location is complicated. >> my major concern with moving it is the headline in the islamic world will be "islam is under attack in america." this will strengthen radicals in the muslim world. >> reporter: some seven out of ten new yorkers say the center should be moved, far different from when the public learned of plans last summer. the imam was quoted as saying, "we want to push back against the extremeists." a spokesman for the 9/11 memorial called it positive, and the mother of man killed on 9/11 described the plans as a noble effort. >> well, we certainly had reached out. n
plans to build this community center, several blocks away from ground zero in lower manhattan. this morning he suggested that he was exploring all options to try to resolve the controversy. he also insisted that he had the right to keep going with his plans. >> in recent days, people have asked, is there really any for an islamic community center in lower manhattan? is it worth all this firestorm? the answer, ladies and gentlemen, is a categorical yes. >> the imam's words, two days after american mark the anniversary of the 911 attacks. it was the most divided anniversary in some years. the obama administration may be hoping that the argument about the proposed community center near ground zero goes away. in the end, a final decision may be made by the imam himself. bbc news, washington. >> stay with us if you run the program, we will be in the world's most populous muslim nation. we will hear in your from muslims and a group of christians holding mass nearby. the catholic church in belgium has promised to help mass of sexual abuse scandals by listening to them, by cooperating
a cualquier amenaza terrorista. el servicios de trenes a manhattan quedÓ restablecido tras un incendio declarado en la base de un puente ferroviario que una el bronx y manhattan. las autoridades investigan las causas. >> cuando regresemos, el gobierno de mÉxico reacciona a la. >> un diario de ciudad juÁrez le preguntÓ a los narcotraficantes porquÉ han asesinado a dos de sus reporteros. el gobierno mexicano dijo que ningÚn sector de la sociedad deberÍa negociar con criminales. >> mientras familiares, amigos y colegas dieron el Último adiÓs al reportero asesinado, el diario de ciudad juÁrez lanzÓ a los cÁrteles la pregunta quÉ quieren de nosotros. el medio asegurÓ que, antes de su trinchera, esta es la Única forma para levantar su voz. ademÁs de expresar el sentir de la comunidad. >> queremos que refleje lo que pensamos, la impotencia que tenemos, el coraje que tenemos por todo lo que sucede y porque vemos que no se hace nada por parte de las autoridades. >> un joven fotÓgrafo fue gravemente herido en ese mismo ataque, y volviÓ a ser amenazado. segÚn la sociedad de pr
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trade center here at the lower tip of manhattan. >> it is believed 737 has crashed into this speculation at this point, three floors taken out crashed into the side of the building. joining us one of the producers with fox report. owen what do you know? >> i'm on the roof of my building five blocks south of world trade center. there's a massive gaping hole on the second tower it is about 15 stories from the roof. it is unbelievable to look at. there's a massive hole. [ phone ringing ] >> where is the fire? >> i'm on the 106th floor of the world trade center. >> the plane went in on one side and came out the other this is horrible. >> right now let's hand it over to john scott. you can see the smoke tower is growing. there is quite a bit of flame inside the building. i was just walking into the studio that day i wear this wireless ifb we call it. i heard this very urgent voice say john scott, studio b, now! it was a minute or two later we the pictures up from the fox 5 helicopter. what could you say? the two towers are home at lost during the day to upwards of 50,000 workers. >> it looked
have a tragic alert. an incredible plane crash intott the lower tip of manhattan. >> it is believed 737 has crashed intop this speculation at this point, three floors taken out crashed into the side of the building. joining us one of the producers withfox report. owen what? do you know? >> i'm on the roof of my building five blocks south of world trade center. there's a massive gaping hole on the second tower it is about 15 stories from the roof. it is unbelievable to look at. there's a massive hole. [ phone ringing ] >> where is the fire? >> i'm on the 106th floor of the world trade center. >>he plane went in on one side and came out the other this is horrible. right now let's hand it over to john scott. you can see the smoke tower is growing. there is quite a bit of flame insde the building. i was just walking into the studio that day i wear this wireless ifb we call it. i heard this very urgent voice say john scott, studio b, now! it was a minute or two later we the pictures up from the fox 5 helicopter. what could you say? the two towers are home at lost during the day to uprds of 5
. lower manhattan to rural california, drawing protests with an extremist florida preacher threatening to burn korans and a rising percentage of americans believing mr. obama is a muslim, today the president spoke out. >> one of the things that i most admired about president bush was after 9/11, him being crystal clear about the fact that we were not at war with islam. we were at war with terrorists and murderers who had perverted islam, had stolen its banner to carry out an outrageous act. that's what we've done over the last nine years. we should take great pride in that. and i think it is absolutely important now for the overwhelming majority of the american people to hang on to that thing that is best in us, belief in religious tolerance, clarity about who our enemies are. our enemies are al qaeda and their allies, who are trying to kill us, but have killed more muslims than just about anybody on earth. you know, we have to make sure that we don't start turning on each other and i will do everything that i can as long as i am president of the united states to remind the american pe
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